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38 Obvious Plant Products That Made Us Howl with Pleasure

Obvious Plant makes parody and spoof products that are hilariously, fantastically weird. And we love them. From anger advice to themed ponchos, to food-grade hair, Obvious Plant has got your needs covered.

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Guy Writes Naughty Persuasive Essay On Why Girl Should Go To Third Base With Him

All we want to know at this point in the game, is did he pass with flying colors, get the A+, and the green light? Who's to say. What we do know is that this dude did not hold back on the effort, and pouring his thirsty heart out into his persuasive essay. 

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Writer Tweets Hilarious Novelized Versions of Austin Powers Movies

We're huge fans of the bizarre and creative parody work of Keaton Patti (see this hilarious Bot written Olive Garden Commercial script) and the Austin Powers movies hold a nostalgic, groovy place in our hearts. So we'd imagine a cross between the two would be a pretty fantastic thing. And boy, is it.

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28 Hilariously Priceless Antiques Roadshow Re-Captions

If you haven't seen these types of Antiques Roadshow gems made by writer @KeatonPatti, then you're in for a unique and funny wild ride. Part nostalgic nod and part writing exercise, these reimagined antiques have made us laugh too hard. The same dude who made these is also responsible for similarly absurd "bot-written" scripts like this Olive Garden commercial.

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Twitter Explores the Stupid and Nonsensical Things We've Written down in the Middle of the Night

You wake up with this pressing feeling that you've just come up with the most genius thought. Maybe it's an idea for a screenplay or a song, and the only way to get it out of your head is to get it on paper. Then the next morning you find your masterpiece. And it just says "gorilla napkins." Weird thoughts just make perfect sense when you're asleep.Twitter knows.

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Woman's Riotous Twitter Thread About Lawyer Dueling Anonymous Letter Writer Is Lethal Level Flirting

Before there was Netflix and Chill, there was Fencing or Frenching. This young woman's ludicrous tale is one hell of a medieval-esque emotional rollercoaster. Apparently you can find the original script that inspired the eventual Twitter thread, over here.

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Writer Tweets Hilarious Script for "Bot Written" Hallmark Christmas Movie

Hilariously creative writer Keaton Patti is at it again with the opening pages to a script he claims were written by a computer algorithm. He's done this before with a Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives script as well as an Olive Garden Commercial. At this point we know there is no computer program, and it's just Keaton's absurdist style, but he nails it perfectly.

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Hilarious Craigslist Ad for Most Boring Car Ever Is a Masterclass in Salesmanship

This person somehow managed to write a craigslist ad that made the world's most boring, practical car sound exciting. The Toyota Avalon. It's what you deserve.

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Soldier Shares Inspiring Story About Writing His Own Book While Deployed In Africa

D.L. Jennings shares the kind of achievement-ridden story, brimming with impossible levels of productivity and steel fortitude to back, that'll inspire the rest of us on some level (while feeling lazy AF) to get shit done. Seriously, the story behind the creation of his book, "Gift of the Shaper" is an amazing tale in its own right. The fact Jennings put this together amidst 14 years of active duty (thank you for your service) is damn impressive. Check out his Facebook page over here if you're looking to snag a copy of his book, or read more about him. 

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25 Bot-Generated Kitchen Nightmares Episodes We Wish Were Real

The twitter handle @BotRamsay randomly generates a Kitchen Nightmares episode title every 10 minutes. That's right. Every 10 minutes. It has tweeted almost 65 thousand episodes since its inception. Here are some of the recent offerings.

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11 People Humorously Share Why Explaining Your Job Sucks

"It's an online thing, you have to do a lot of photo editing, creative writing and search engine optimization."

"It's like what?"

"It's memes. It's mostly memes and cats"

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31 Award-Winningly Bad First Lines to Novels

The Lyttle Lytton contest awards the best submissions for the most atrocious first lines that people can come up with.

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jk rowling twitter J.K. Rowling Shares Her Rejection Letters to Inspire Fans
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J.K. Rowling, in her never ending quest to become everyones "cool aunt" on Twitter, has offered up some inspiration in the form of rejection letters.  


The pictured letters are both tiny and a little blurry but if you put on your reading glasses you might see that one is a polite and short dismissal and the other is apologetic and offers some helpful tips after saying "No, thank you." 

This was part of a discussion where Rowling also answered questions and, as usual, offered a response to a fan that was both supportive and wise. 



See, just like everyone else, J.K. Rowling got rejected a few times before becoming an international sensation. Take away her fame and she still gets rejected every now and then.